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Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott Habeeb Aug 16, 2010. 6 Replies

Could some one point me in the right direction to find the paper or research that speaks to the experiment where some teachers gave student work feedback, some students grades, and some students…Continue

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Posted on March 25, 2010 at 1:30pm 1 Comment

Interesting ideas, there are those who would say if an assessment is graded (which is not the same as scored (rubrics)) it is probably not used by the student for learning as well as it could be.
Research from Wiliam would support this idea.
I have always maintained that is more a function of the culture in the classroom.
One thing is for certain if instructors will use more assessment that is not graded they will eventually get more buy in from students that…
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At 11:13am on August 9, 2011, Scott Habeeb said…
Happy Birthday!
At 8:37am on August 10, 2010, Scott Habeeb said…
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At 2:19pm on March 25, 2010, Scott Habeeb said…
Welcome to Assessment FOR Learning. Thanks for joining! Please take a moment to introduce yourself by clicking on Forum on the main page and then replying to the Introductions Forum.

Also, I would suggest clicking on the "Read 1st" tab at the top of the main page. This could give you some good ideas for using this site.

Feel free to add any ideas, blog posts, forum discussions, or videos that you think would be helpful to people as they are considering AFL in their classroom/schools.

If you have ideas for content that should be added, feel free to let me know. I look forward to hearing from you in Forum Discussions and reading your ideas in any Blog Posts you care to write.

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